You Can Now Get Married At Reba McEntire’s House

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In July of this year, Reba McEntire sold her 83-acre Tennessee estate for $5 million. Starstruck Farm’s new owner sold a portion of the property that included the 12,816 square foot home. Rumor had it that the buyer of the mansion intended to turn the property into an events venue for weddings, retreats and gatherings.

Well, the rumor was correct! The Wilson County zoning board approved the request this week which will allow Reba’s former home to serve as both an event venue and a bed and breakfast. 

“We think it’s a nice facility and will be an asset to Wilson County,” surveyor Paul Crockett said.

Several stipulations were placed on the newly approved venue. Some of those rules include: 

No more than 500 people on the grounds for an event at one time.

A maximum of 15 overnight guests.

Events to end no later than 11 p.m.

Noise may not exceed 90 decibels.

The “Fancy” singer lived at Starstruck Farm with her ex-husband Narvel Blackstock. When the couple divorced in 2015, the estate was put up for sale. The sprawling homestead features seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a pool, tennis court, hot tub, spa, garage with room enough for eight cars, a barn with five stalls, a full equestrian facility, and a guest house.

Tour Reba’s former home in the video below. 

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